USB-B sample rate

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  • #81804
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    Rufus
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    I just purchased my SQ5 and so far, I’m loving it. First gig is this weekend.

    I want to do a virtual soundcheck to get a feel for the EQ/Comp/etc, so I thought I’d just use the multitracks I recorded on my Presonus console this desk will replace. They were all recorded at 44.1. I managed to connect the USB to the desk and got sound happening through the relevant channels 1-16, however, it was playing at double speed (since the desk clock is 96k.

    Is there any way to force the USB-C to use 44.1 instead?

    I’m running Ubuntu Studio/Jack/Ardour if that makes any difference.

    #81805
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    PBo67
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    I made the same experience (Presonus recording-> SQ5) , without any problem of speed. I also use Qlab,to read a playlist were all audio files are in 48Khz, and in the same time I record 32 channels on the same USB . I have understood, that the SQ is looked at 96Khz , so my opinion about that is, it is your computer/software who need to do the conversion. I use Reaper / MacOs . But if someone can confirm.

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    asr
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    I had a similar situation, I wanted to use some Telefunken “Live From The Lab” tracks – which are 48k – to get familiar with our new sq5 and sq6. I don’t believe there is any changing the sq sample rate, and given what it was being used for, I just made an up-converted copy of the tracks in a DAW, and all is well. Hope that helps.

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